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Wind power surges disrupting grid

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  • This is a well known problem but the article dosn't even beginn to discuss the solutions. Which is very convenient for the windmill owners.

    The wind goes on and off and so do their delivery of power when you'r running a windmill. That's a fact of life.
    There's basically two solutions: Either you store the extra power for later in some kind of battery, or the grid has both windmills and some other kind of renewable power that can quickly step in when the windmills stop producing electricity. The textbook examp

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